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June 5, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Boylei Column By HAL ROYLE New Voik-I^VHenry Youngnvm* known along Broadway H known along Broadway as a , n Irian so f u n n y even othor con.'.r- \J\JI\\J I PI I U I A - -- dians laugh at him. C-ONTINUED KRUM PAGE This is rare, indeed, as most murh to my keen rcgre!, m a i n t a i n s comedians regard each other in , 'hat whatever has taken place in terms of larrcny rather thai: 'he past has no bearing on the Jaughter. f u t u r e and should no; be discuss- But this "comic's romir-" is dif- ct ' She contends that the actions ferent from most of the breed, : °^ eac ' 1 partner are of concern tn Vho are given tn private melan- . t n e other only from the time they choly. He not only has spent his met. To me her stand is pre- life making f u n . Fun is his life, posterous. Henny, now -1fi, is one «' '.he na- i Don't you agree w i t h me that lion's top n i c h t club onlcrlniner.s. marriage partners should keep no Some connoisseurs of ihe i n d u s t r y ' secrets from each other, concern- cay he is the equal of Grouchu ; injjr the past, present or f u t u r e Marx, Fred Allen, Bob Hope or | S. O. S. Milton Berle. He often is a guest | Answer: Aren't you l,ein» a bit ttar on other shows but h-.s never ! specious in your a r s u i n j ' You de- had a national television show o! j crv -suspicion," then proceed, ' lis ow "' i w i t h your insistent demand to "After 20 years of knocking know every detail of your fian- ·around the country, I'd like to ; oee's life before she knew you. to have my own show." he said. "If I prove that you are void of am- 1 don't I Riiess she only way I'll : semblance of trust! get rich is throush my feet." , ,, wnu , c , jnc)ecd , jc WI , nd( ,,. fl|1 tfe explained he had "radio- To Keep Record OfWalsh-Healey Wage Hearings Compromise Worked Out To Speed Court Appeals ?ffwt his plans for m i n i m u m w.ig» orders basM on n.itinnnl wage the courts fnim rulin«s umlcr the Tho rh.ingps UTIO ni;ido by vnjcr 1 vntp. O r q n n i / o r i l:tbr,i h n d opposoM ' HIP Fulhritiht pi-n|Hr:.'il, rh.'iryiiu 1 it wrtuiH hrdvc i r u - mim':r-! of ! w o r k e r s rovorod by t h p ;ic. | The :H'| c m p n u - f i s t h r S"Trrirv · nf I j f i h n r In ^Pt r p i n i M l l l i n w.i;;i'; .inri u n r k i n y (·r.iiiii'.ions in p! .n!-; I tlirnin:: nu' pnn-is fni- !h ( u n v o i n I mont. I t sil.vs t h l i l an a f f n - i c - d in. ._ r ' d u p t r y m u s t p a y a t l-;i:.t 1hc i ; i n i i mum U'a^o. p r r v a i l m c in i t s a r r . i . Tho n n n n i ! d i f f r r r n r T - s in iTIi!" a d n p t o d . c n m p r o n i i s o r i - r n i i r o s l o n e t h n f l i f o lip'.wwn r i i f f c i f i i l I h n t t h o Lnbor I J o p a r t i n o n t kfcti k i n : i ^ at a n i m a l s a s « H I .is ! | I M . . rocorrl o( ht\-inni;= liolu-.-on d i f f o r t - n t imlp. a n - M"". v niHrrstii phrnomcn Quick-Acting Airliner Piloi Saves Lives Of Passengers ( if V.'.:t''*r- "' '· ' i ' · "!.^' r -r r .. r''.ing.' ...^ r, r -T. T.aki'-. v . . . - j M ir.i! i n to he courts bv cither "f nn Wafhiii|jton-f/Pi-T h o S P n a I rnmprnmis r t d logislation nn t h e ! nr Walsh-Hoaloy act yesterday, s'.rik- i rourt chnllonc . i n g out lanRtiapp sponsored b y ! Thp ''ompromi^p would .....,.* ., i . ] Senator Fulbricht I D - A l k i and j '"' /jrrretary nf Laimr Tnbiu lo dpatji I" ,-imilc s u b s l i t t i t i n g language? t h a t "-"rH ! ^^^^^^^^^^^^n . simplify anrl spppd up apppals tn | I ' l l t ' k l l d l - - I ' l - T l ' P | i | ! r . ' ,:'. a i l l - ' a i l l i ' r l . T i l l - - . .1 t w i n o i r . : i . i . u r · ' · ! · . b . ' . i - . l . - n i l i m " l l - i : i H a l f . . · ; . I i l l - U C ' l I I l : - . - ; | . r t v i . , 1 m i t ' l ' I , . . I ; . , - , . . , . K . ' l . !:'.' I « i ' : p l i r l l . - · · : · · · : · : , · ' I ! ' . ! a . ' I . ! - \i.,-:, ., ,.' \ ,,;,- ] ' . . . , , i - I .',' pi..ii". m - i r l'iii-:i'.iiL": A ' ; "'. :h" i.,:;n' : - -'"' ! ·'"' '''"· ,:",".';' """ ' " : ,"""'" ··'····'"· l: " "·- "-'- Now Many T'.^.TM 1 ;: 1 ^,.,,..,','., :;;;i^;^rii ; ;S^ : }:: : FALSE TEETH H ^ n r v ( i l . - , - . - . i h - , . . M . -.,.; !·:, ;,-,!( i r . J i n r . : - . - r . S-.-nnr!^ L i t e r h« W i t h More Comfort s h i p « J n - r n s:iv,.»Mi!: t , n ;i u i i i u h t - M-t ·,!·,,- |.];mc r|-,-A-r. -n !h- i,:;,;;:'-.' K\;-.TKKMI ^ P ;.- i j., n. · athalint · ·'!'.· l . i - l F ' i r - f ., n / ( ,^ '';,,,, ,p n nki'r .1 l i t n * FAS:'i l!:f I I ! M I ^ - Kf 1 1 "I-:! TH , n ;,f.'ir ;,:-.; f -, "-'i ^ur^my, v "·frf t n i - ' i t - * ( "''" v P ^ ' v '.i-.'" -r ff-;.n,' Cnr-n* ; : ] ' · . - : , . : , · . ( · . ,.-; ,-n: : · · ( . . ! f i i - t l l l f j , | . , . . _ ·]·),,. :i:i'l · i - i i * r,.;h: « i f I r - i . ' j u l i ' ( . i - n - n:; · - ( · [ . ] V..T, n,.i i c a ' i " t'ASTFF.f'l ,: am- . I r u s «!nro "radio- i if l w o people-- anv two people eory of , oulrt he so comp , cu , )v one (h;! m is to I thc} . k n c w c r c r v hlcsscd , h i ' active loos." And his theo gaming wealth inrough them walk Barefoot through Canada u n - i a h n u t |h ,,,,,,,,, ' Such a U l o p i a n idca simph , is not c(]nsislcnt ^. ilh h u m a n nature. Few of us are w i l l - j n R t o ha r e C V C ry secret thought ' til I hit a u r a n i u m mine." Comedians stuck fov a .sure-fire fast line or a quip often come lo ^ ^ Youngman for help. And he always : Ol .p ry lr j v i;,i" nc'l'ion" e\-ory "rUtv- has one handy--or makes up one ' ( \^ :tm w j t h anyone else. Genuine on the spot. He is a walking file , r u s l w o u i d a p p r o o i n t p t h c dc!i _ case on thousands ot jokes, old, ; c;icv p[ rc;;pcctinR arVlhcr ' s prj . midtMe-aged aim new ones ready v;)rVi nncl v/m]W h p ? i t 3 t e t n i n _ .to be born. truclt? on {hp i n n c r m n s t facet - of "I need a Iru," he said. 'Tor a another's life. Insisfonce nn delv- Bix-minute show I have to have 40 ' ins, nlmn«t Fiirsically, into the good joke?." i hrnrf and sou! nf someone else, i? to my mind, suspicion--not trust. The curse of Henny. whosp hah- lf yn(1 ca i n t n m a r r j n t , e vo;]| . i t a t is Times Squarr and w [ , n l n p e s - f i r m ,-onviction of k n o w i n - ' e v - arounri it liko a polar bear in a ; 0 , v ( h i n f f l h n t h n p p o n s to "your wife, everything she t h i n k s and riop?, ynu v.-ill be a naRirint;, jeal- 011.-. pelty husbanti nf ihe worst kind. You'll insist on r n n d i n c every i r t t e r hr rr?eoi\ ny. knowirijr the detail? ''f every telephone rail, the wor(i-i)y-ivrrrl d p r r i p l i o n nf every v i j - i t . P a t h r r a sorry prns- prrl f n r y n u r fiancee, isn't i t ? I f your morbid ab.-orp'ion in your brown coaf. is t h a t lie gives away jokes as fast as he can t h i n k them ·up. "JiiFt wait a minute, 1 ' he sayr. Etnppins a friend, and befiins throwing a jest a second. All free. · Ad libbing i? so n a t u r a l v:ith him he can't quit. N a t u r a l l y he likes to t;et paid. But he lias be?n knn\«/ti ID waste SlO.nnn \vorih oT fre? ; i materir.l ad li'iblng w h i l e at liborlv wiih a fe-.v cronfes around : R|'1 f"icnd'5 pnst is based on sus a restaurant table. P. lcinn t h n t hcr fonriiirt may not , One of the things Henny dors lo bnphton a d u l l world is to send '.vrekly Bag to a circle of budnie;. across Ameri:a. "Anything to cct a iauyh and lei always have heen as completely .f nvo roproiic-h as you would have "' y TM ' lad hrst rtrn '\ 1he !Ub J cct ~' nnd th(1 TM.=asTMent. , '" O1 ' rlr1 ' '« R^t a belter perspec- pe-ple know you're alive," h j said. t l v c "" I i f r . . nnrl ·" m " r ^ balanced One week he mailed out dollar personality for yourself, learn to bills w i t h a nole s.iyii'.R: "Mold d i s c r i m i n a t e helwcen your sus- on to this yicen pieco of paper, picions and a Rood definition of It may be worth a ci.illar some- , f a i t h . For Ihe latter, I recommend lino, would- bp In insert a small advertisement in t h e persnnal column nf t h i s npv/spnper, having all replifs sent tn a box number (which t h e paper u-ill t-upply) rather t h a n to your home. This. will sive you a chance 10 screen ! the letters you receive, investigate references, and then get in touch I with t h e prospect, or prospects, j you p a r t i c u l a r l y like. Have some-' one you k n o w en over the mail with you in order to doublr-rhrrk the responses. Opening your borne to n stnm- Ker is a project r e q u i r i n g t h e utmost in careful selection, but ' since there arc so many wnmen seeking just such an arrangement, you should hnve nn d i f f i c u l t y in f i n d i n g t h e right person. " [ You should not bare remnincd · in your isolation so long, .Marie- i line. There are so many a c t i v i t i e s , ! so many project?; npen to women ' w i t h time on Ihcir hands t h a i , there is nn cxcuse«for you to con- , limie your lonely existence. You | nre probably ton shy to make the ' first move towards brpnkine into ' the outsick? world and, of course/ unless people know .that you w a n t ; company, they w i l l not force ! themselves upon you. ' You must #ct out, let others know you arc seeking friends, ac- , f i v i t y . prrhnps even a job. and vou'l! 1; el them. It may seem at first t h a t everyone you meet i s : 'hornuchly equipped w i t h r e l a - : lives and friends, but you'll soon j rind m a n y souls ns lonesome as I yourself. Just as a starter--apply | !o the Volunteer Service of the j ;$eri Cross anrl ask what you can : do tn help them. They are u s u a l l y 1 in perpetual need of seamstresses, i clerks and auxiliary hospital help.! dav." ttic second c h a p t r r of St. Paul's , From M i a m i Beach he sent per- . epistle lo the Hebrews, eleventh fume bottles full of sand bearing verse. I the label: "This cost rne $30 a day ' ! -to sit on. Thought y u might l i k e . Dcar Mi ,- s D i x ; F j v c yef]| . s go I * nmc -" i I lost" my dear husband, and have j To be a professional ro L today, , , iverl a vory , ono , v ] j f c Fincp j , Kenny sa\s, you ha^-e "to have · , i v o a l o n 0 i and now n y f u j ] d c nre nprvc and sail, a great memory, . R r n w i n t ? sma , lcr , n l ^ n bc f o r _ ; and t h e - a b i l i t y to take siocu jokes red , 0 sp ,, my s m a M c n t t a f f c T flm : Too Fat? them sound alive. You have to be relatives. I'd like to find a middle- ,' equipped to jokej-n any .subject." aKe[i woman w n Q has (he Jut! to lest Henny's own staccato wit, 1 asked him to make a joke · bout wives. I should h a v e known better. Without even a pause he · began rattling: ' - ' " "Now, you take my wife--and ; '·My wife cost me a fortune. Shn j went into a department store, broke her leg--and what happen- td? They tcift wrapped it. . "My wife talks so much that when I got back from Miami her -, tongue was sunburned. Now she's ' on a new tack. She colors her hair different every week. She's got a convertible top. She's also got the i newest thing in hair-do's--a poo- ! Hip cut. Makes her look like a new nan. "I just bought, my wife a ir.'l o u t f i t -- a rifle nnd a trap. Las: week she learned to d r i v e our car. This week she learned how to aim 1t. I? she careful? She's so careful she only drives in safety zones. When she sticks her hand ou; the j window, it proves only one thing-- j ·the window is open." Tho Great Lakes contain half the fresh wafer on earlh, sa^vs the National Geographic Society. Charles Darwin was born in * IROfl and published the "Origin of : Species" in ISsn. i Education takes 7.7 per cent of I British government revenue. ! ly and acquire a pleasant home for herself. I am fi" years oJd nnd j n eood hea I f h. How can T go about getting the companion I : want ? I MRS. MADELINE F. ! Answer: There nrr- so many lonely people in your age group t h a t every community should sponsor some movement to pet t h e m ; together. All they ask is companionship; surely churches, civic or- gani/ntions or allied groups could work on such a project with fine : results. | Tho surest way for you to get an f answer to your problem, Made- acity «f I befd« * o t h N dfVJng nactliory. Ul» hy lhoulond on lh* o( v , c * Of th., r , / o c f a r Wof.x ii th. tor* way l loiv weight without Oi't ing-Hungtr. Coch Wo ft W a f e r hoi f h * hungt tatiifying Ib. boiled , ilicti of white bread or * igfll, V«l (onlaini only Doclori: P r o f . 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